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Model 3 is one of the most popular Tesla vehicles and is very popular among Europeans. In November, Tesla Model 3 became the best-selling electric vehicle and twelfth best-selling car in Europe in November 2021.
In 2021, Tesla Model 3 continues to be one of the most popular vehicles in the European market and the November sales figures clearly show this. According to data from JATO Dynamics, the American manufacturer registered 10,739 Model 3s last month, making it possible to achieve this major milestones.
In November, Model 3 became the best-selling EV, significantly outstripping its competitors, reaching 119% growth over the same period last year. So, the closest competitor, Renault Zoe, with 8,658 registrations, is more than 2,000 units behind Model 3. Dacia Spring is in third place with 5,746 sales. Fourth place belongs to newcomer, Tesla Model Y, with 5,347 registrations. The car has only been sold in Europe for three full months and the main influx of registrations will be in December. For example, in Norway alone, as of December 26, 2,263 Model Ys already were registered, according to Teslastats. Closing out the top five is the Skoda Enyaq with 5,041 sales. PHEV sales are at the bottom of the list and Europe is showing a clear preponderance of interest towards BEV.
Tesla's strong sales of Model 3 bring it another victory. In the overall ranking of the best-selling cars—of all propulsion types—in Europe in November, Model 3 was ranked twelfth, competing with the most popular ICE cars. A special feature of this is the fact that the car is the only electric vehicle to break into the top 15, which indicates a clear consumer choice. It should be kept in mind that Model 3 is significantly more expensive than the other, most popular cars on the list—sometimes twice their cost—further testifying to strength of this victory. Thus, there is every reason to believe that as soon as Tesla introduces a cheaper model, it will quickly gain popularity and claim the most popular car spot in many countries around the world.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.